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== Add-On devices, Adapters and Accessories ==
== Add-On devices, Adapters and Accessories ==
=== Headsets ===
See [[OpenStage Accessories]].
The following headsets could be used with OpenStage 40 phone:
'''Plantronics''' headsets:
* Single earpiece (monaural, sound in one ear) headset style:
** with noise canceling microphone
*** H141N DuoSet
*** H91N Encore
*** P91N Encore Polaris
*** H51N Supra
** with lightweight voice tube microphone style
*** H141 DuoSet
*** H91 Encore
*** P91 Encore Polaris
*** H51 Supra
* Double earpiece (binaural, sound in both ears) headset style:
** with noise canceling microphone
*** H101N Encore
*** H61N Supra
** with lightweight voice tube microphone style
*** H101 Encore
*** H61 Supra
and Plantronics in-the-ear single earpiece (monaural, sound in one ear) wearing style:
* with noise canceling microphone
** H81N TriStar
** P81N TriStar Polaris
* with lightweight voice tube microphone style
** H81N TriStar
** P81 TriStar Polaris
Plantronics Polaris headsets series are for use with phone systems with built-in amplifiers.
'''GN Netcom''' headsets:
* Profile
* Profile binaural
It's generally recommended to use 8 poles connectors.
Further headsets may be available from other vendors: the main key criteria is the full compliance with 121-TR9-5 (corded) or 121-TR9-5* (cordless) standards.
{{SeeAlso OpenStage}}
{{SeeAlso OpenStage}}

Revision as of 08:18, 17 October 2007

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OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40

The OpenStage phone family currently consists of the both UP0/E phones OpenStage 20 T and OpenStage 40 T.

Phone range

Common features

The OpenStage family have a wide common feature set (listed below) and additional features per model (specified for each phone model).

  • Full-duplex hands-free talking
  • Tiltable display
  • Built-in applications:
    • Graphical call handling
    • Local Telephone book
    • Call log / history
    • Help
  • Free programmable sensorkeys (OpenStage 40 T)
  • Keypad with 12 keys
  • Increasing combination of various housing colors and materials from model to model (ice blue, lava)

Differentiating factors


Tiltable Display OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40
Technology LCD LCD
Color Monochrome Monochrome
Size 205x41 pixel 240x128 pixel
Diagonal N/A 5.1"
Lines 2 (24 characters) 6 (Graphics)
Backlit No Yes


Keys and LEDs features OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40
Fixed function keys (Pushbuttons) 7 (5 red LEDs)[1] 8 (6 red LEDs)[1]
Freely programmable touch keys 0 6 (red LEDs)[2]
Mode keys (touch keys) 0 0
Optical call alert No Red LED
Volume adjustment via +/- keys via +/- keys
Navigation element 3 Ways navigator 5 Ways navigator
  1. 1.0 1.1 No LED for call Drop/Release or Redial.
  2. Thereof one can be a Shift Key 2 levels.


Interfaces OpenStage 20 OpenStage 40
Headset jack (121 TR9-5) No tick.gif
USB Master No No
USB Slave No tick.gif


All OpenStage phones are shipped with a printed document (pdf.png  QRG OpenStage ML) providing brief instruction regarding installation and operation.

symb-docu.gif Documentation in further languages, software and other downloads can be found on
Any comments to the files provided here?

International (English)  English

Deutschland  Deutsch

For detailed interoperability information please check OpenStage SIP interoperability matrix.

Add-On devices, Adapters and Accessories

See OpenStage Accessories.

See also

Show SIP related | Show HFA related | Show TDM related

External links